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djskrbls

 
Joined: 10/20/2005
Posted 12/17/2005 via Website

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does anyone have mini chopper frame blue prints or know where i can get some im wantin to make amini chopper that will go about 120 but i need to find a good frame design and all so i can get started on it
blazedout50

 
Joined: 11/12/2004
Posted 12/17/2005 via Website

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I got a few pics of the 2 i built they do 80 definilty awsome
alienwerks03

 
Joined: 7/2/2003
Posted 12/17/2005 via Website

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hey......i really like those bikes you got there. theyre a lot different then the ones that use go-kart wheels in the back. do you use an xr-70 or something like that and build your own frame?
Seth Bomar

 
Joined: 11/8/2004
Posted 12/17/2005 via Website

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I've built a few. Look at my profile, I have pics of 3 of them. Here is a set of plans a friend of mine did in AutoCad. And here's a simple, free set. Here's another frame we're putting into production. We sell the frame alone, and we also sell rollers.



John G

 
Joined: 7/19/2001
Posted 12/17/2005 via Website

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jesus a 120.. for that scale and center of gravity it would feel more like 280 when your ass hits the dirt..
toreadorxlt toreadorxlt

 
Joined: 7/27/2004
Posted 12/17/2005 via Website

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120mph.. i would love to see a minichopper go that fast.
blazedout50

 
Joined: 11/12/2004
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hey aleinwerks3 yea they are xr100 motors beefed up a little they are the xr rims and we found 140series streetbike tires fit on that rim
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Joined: 7/3/2003
Posted 12/17/2005 via Website

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i got a 350X motor i want to put on a mini bike, i guarantee it would go 120. not too sure where to start though, i definitely wouldn't trust a bicycle tire to 120 mph...
toreadorxlt toreadorxlt

 
Joined: 7/27/2004
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thats freakin crazy then..
Seth Bomar

 
Joined: 11/8/2004
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Originally posted by dubrocker04 i got a 350X motor i want to put on a mini bike, i guarantee it would go 120. not too sure where to start though, i definitely wouldn't trust a bicycle tire to 120 mph... Mine has a 17" motorcycle wheel, and a moped tire on the front, and a 13" Bridgestone street tire ont he back. Been to 60 on it. Want to rebuild the motor again for more compression and power. Hoping to top 70, with a 5HP block. Making 8 horse now, want to push 10-12 out of it.
Nathan Hawkins

 
Joined: 1/3/2004
Posted 12/18/2005 via Website

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Seth, how much are those frames??
Seth Bomar

 
Joined: 11/8/2004
Posted 12/21/2005 via Website

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The frame is $200 alone. $265 shipped anywhere in the US.
jon b

 
Joined: 5/25/2001
Posted 12/21/2005 via Website

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Edited: 12/21/2005 9:28:17 PM by bigjon Just make one all you got to do is measure, measure, measure, measure, think about making cuts and measure one more time. its not rocket science. I've had mine to 50mph on the road in traffic and its frickin scary. I cant amagine 120!!!!
JARED PACKER

 
Joined: 3/9/2005
Posted 12/22/2005 via Website

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Seth is it possible to modify the swing arm to fit saya 17 or 18" rim?
Seth Bomar

 
Joined: 11/8/2004
Posted 12/22/2005 via Website

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That would be getting into fullsize stuff Jay. If you mean the frame I'm selling and shipping, probably not. It would be way too out of proportion, seeing as the tires are only 16.5" tall. Not, on a bike like my orange one, with the SSS, it would be possible. A street bike tire is only about 4-5 inches taller than the one I used. Also, towards the original question of the thread. When I'm doing my own personal bikes, I kind of go with the flow. I start with a basic set of dimesnions that I commonly use. Mostly the only dimesnion the stays the same is the lower rails. From there, I scale it around the wheels/tires and motor. Only way to make thme look right, if you ask me.
Parker Compton

 
Joined: 9/18/2003
Posted 1/9/2006 via Website

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Hey Seth, I saw your bike at the Twisted Show... It was badass... I was just wondering what engines you use and how much do they cost? Also where can you get one? Thanks
vikingdude

 
Joined: 11/15/2005
Posted 1/10/2006 via Website

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briggs and stratton 5HP are the most popular, get it bored .30 over, put a 3HP flywheel on it, performance cam, an ARC high compression head and thats a real hot rod motor in the world of mini choppers. THe 5HP flatheads are no longer built by briggs, so you can look for them in garage sales or on old equipment. You can also buy a new OHV motor, performance parts are being build for them now...
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